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An age of conflict now begins in Norway. On his death, in 1130, Sigurd left his son Magnus and his brother Harald. They soon divided the government, and then entered upon a five-years' conflict, until Magnus, in 1135, with eyes picked out, went into a convent.
The next year, 1136, a new pretender appeared in the person of Sigurd Slembe, who took King Harald's life in 1137. Magnus died in 1139.
Other literature in regard to this epoch is
- "Fagrskinna" and
The corresponding part of "Agrip" is lost.
Skalds quoted are:
- Haldor Skvaldre,
- Einar Skulason,
- and Ivar Ingemundson.